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cscript.exe "%LMI_PACKAGEROOT%\wu.js" /sa /i
Both the script and the command to execute can be customized to suite your environment’s needs.
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Thanks for the scripts. Do you have any recommendations for the best way to install Windows Updates using One2Many? It would be great if they can be scheduled and the machine rebooted once they are complete.
Here's a little print spool cleaner (I call mine cleanspool.bat)
echo Stopping print spooler
net stop spooler
echo deleting stuff... where? In your System Root. 🙂
echo Starting print spooler.
net start spooler
I have been using www.appdeploy.com for all my scripts.
They have the extensions for all latest software installs (Silent).
I like the idea of this forum it should help people start.
MY PROBLEM: if someone can help me
I have been using one2many for 300 users. I have tried to send a bat or vsb script to open a jpg picture when starting a service on the target machine. The jpg is our logo with instructions regarding us servicing the machine.
I created a Bat file with c:\mt\rsfiles\rs.jpg for it to open on target computer.
In dos it works but not via a bat through ONE2MANY.
I thought this must be to do with the silent feature suppressing opening boxes to the user.
So I tried a bat file pointing to a bat file on the target computer hard disk.
same with a bat file pointing to a vbs script. Still no opened picture.
I then made a website with the same displayed; www.milnetech.com.au/rs
Can someone help me use variables in the command line to open a jpeg or a website on a target machine through ONE2MANY?
Looking forward to your help regarding this.
@iDevelop Thanks! I'll send you a LogMeIn collared shirt for your contribution (and Email you privately for your shipping address ) I'll also go ahead and add that script to our repository in the top-post.
@Anon Thanks for pointing us toward that resource! Feel free to contribute what's worked for you on this thread. As for your other statement.. do any Central users have a script that could open a .JPEG file on a target machine through One2Many? (You may want to re-post as a seperate topic in our Central forums for better visibility).